The involvement of local community groups in research studies is a key step in connecting academic research to public health outcomes, and also one of the hardest.
Some of you may think I’m jumping the gun here.
American Family Children’s Hospital and the UW Waisman Center have joined forces to open a multidisciplinary Down syndrome clinic.
Researchers are launching a new series of studies to understand how laboratory measures of virtuous qualities such as compassion relate to their behavior in the real world.
Last fall, the Waisman Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison bid successfully for the same National Institutes of Health core grant that the late Harry Waisman first won 45 years ago.